SSM Day 3 – Port Hawkesbury
*Registration form can be found below event description
Date(s) - September 19, 2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre
Supervisor and Manager Roles & Responsibilities
The supervisor is an agent of the employer; therefore, they have responsibilities depending on their level of control over their employees and the work being performed. This course will educate the Supervisor on their roles and responsibilities with in the Safety Management System and the NS Act and Regulations.
- IRS, Due Diligence
- Safety Accountability and Communication
- Changing Culture
- Safety Management System
- OHS Act and Regulation reviews
Contractors are regularly at our workplace do you know your obligation when dealing with Contactors? This course will help you understand your role as well as the role of the contractor performing work.
The following topics will be discussed:
- Before hiring a contactor
- Contractor Orientation
- Monitoring While the contactor is on site
- Once work is completed
Stay at Work/Return to Work
Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work (SAW/RTW) program helps to improve health outcomes for injured/ill employees, increases the likelihood of employee returning back to the work force on a full time basis, and reduces costs for the injured employees and organization. Stay at Work planning is directed at those individuals who have sustained a minor injury/illness and do not need to lose time from work, but may benefit from temporary transitional work modifications. This course is designed review the process for SAW/RTW, review trends and best practices and provides time to discuss participants program both the successes and challenges.
Bookings are closed for this event.